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Fibromyalgia means widespread pain in the muscles, but this syndrome causes many other symptoms. Lab tests seldom validate your condition and the results often make you feel like a hypochondriac. Pressing on tender points can diagnose fibromyalgia, but the exam still does not explain all of your symptoms.

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A FREE RESOURCE FOR PEOPLE WITH FIBROMYALGIA
Social Security Disability and Fibromyalgia
Fibromyalgia is now a recognized medically determinable impairment by Social Security. It affects both men and women.
Fibromyalgia is pain in several areas or all over body with no functional or structural disease to explain the pain. It is much more common in women than in men. In fact women account for about 80% of fibromyalgia cases.
The American College of Rheumatology defines fibromyalgia as a history of widespread pain lasting longer than 3 months, with pain in at least 11 of 18 tender points, and the pain cannot be attributed to another illness mimicking fibromyalgia. Social Security will accept a diagnosis of fibromyalgia if a physical and neurological exam is taken by a rheumatologist or another qualified physician.
Symptoms include but are not limited to headaches, muscle weakness, muscle stiffness, multiple trigger points (tender), fatigue, numbness, depression, difficulty with memory or concentration, sleep disturbance, and vestibular dysfunction. The disease is usually caused by some trauma such as sexual or physical abuse, or illness.
Social Security Ruling SSR99-2p addresses fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. This ruling clearly shows Social Security now considers fibromyalgia to be a medically determinable impairment. To see this ruling go to Social Security's web site by clicking on the ruling SSR99-2p.
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Hi and thanks for letting me join your group. I am happily married for 33 years and have 2 grown children. I live in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire USA, am 54 years old and have Fibro, osteo-arthritis, IBS, Degenerative disc disease of neck and lumbar, various issues with tendonitis, depression and Insomnia.   I was officially diagnosed with fibro in Jan 2013 and have been struggling with unhelpful Dr.'s, treatments and my own feelings about my chronic illness and self-worth ever since. However I am learning to manage and as most of you know THAT is an ongoing struggle.
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Recipes and Recommendations!

I finally found a combination of medicines that help me get through the day. I take Duloxetine (Cymbalta) every morning and Amitriptyline every night. 

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Mucinex (plain Guaifenesin) has been helping a bit. I take 3600mg per day. You should check with your doctor before trying this, but I did the Guaifenesin Protocol, and although it didn't cure the fibro, it definitely helps...

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